This website has been tested for compatibility with the following web browsers:
|Microsoft Internet Explorer 6
|Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
|Microsoft Internet Explorer 8
||appears compatible (testing incomplete)
|Mozilla Firefox 2.0 or newer
|Apple Safari 2.0 or newer
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Beginning with the 2008-09 school year, videos posted on this website are encoded in the MP4 format, providing a good balance of video quality and compatibility with each of the leading operating systems. Additionally, this format is compatible with recent versions of the free Flash player (version 9.0.115 or newer), allowing for playback in web browsers using the JW FLV Media Player. Prior to the 2008-09 school year, videos were posted as FLV (Flash video) files.
This website uses the jQuery and jQuery-ui frameworks with a selection of plug-ins to add tooltips, image captions, and translation, as well as extend drop-down menu behavior.
Credits and licensing information
- The jQuery framework is copyright © 2009 John Resig and subject to the MIT license.
- The jQuery-ui framework is copyright © 2009 Paul Bakaus and subject to the MIT license.
- The jCaption plug-in is copyright © 2009 Joel Sutherland and subject to the MIT license. This plug-in automatically adds captions below images on pages throughout the website.
- The jGrowl plug-in is copyright © 2009 Stan Lemon and subject to the MIT license. This plug-in creates transient notification boxes to the top-right corner of the page. At present, this plug-in is used to report page translation status.
- The qTip plug-in is copyright © 2009 Craig Thompson and subject to the MIT license. This plug-in handles the pop-up captions for the rotating homepage picture.
- The superfish plug-in is copyright © 2008 Joel Birch and subject to the MIT license. This plug-in makes CSS-based menus more usable by adding a delay before closing each drop-down menu, avoiding accidental "mouse-out" closures.